“The war has radically changed both our common and my own situation.

My family is dramatically in real danger, at war, with an uncertain present and future, and needs my presence and support.

During the week of the war, I realized that I could not help but be with them in this trouble.

And, of course, I can not be another soldier on the Ukrainian front in our common war.

I'm not literally about the soldier yet, but I went with a plan of what and how I can do here for the benefit of both Ukrainians and Belarusians, I intend to be part of the Belarusian resistance here.

After all, it is possible to overthrow the Luka regime now only after the victory of Ukraine, ”Gatsura-Yavorskaya wrote.

She stressed that she considered her decision to leave the country right, but it was not easy to accept.

The public activist also expressed her opinion on the current situation in Belarus.

"The last few days I saw in the video about" failed ".

In my opinion, as a person who remained in the country until the last resistance: first, so far failed, and secondly, absolutely measurable result - the regime also failed.

A year and a half has passed, and the situation in the country can be contained only by terror, and it does not help them turn the page ... ".

Tatsiana says the following about Belarusians who continue to live in conditions of continuous terror and repression:

"Since the beginning of the war, Belarusians have heard about" cowards "and" suffered "because they did not get up and overthrow the regime in one day.

Of course, this is said by people who know what a dictatorship is only by definition from the dictionary.

Ukrainians do not understand what it is like to be a Belarusian in Belarus, how to be a Ukrainian in the DPR / LPR, or how to be a pro-Ukrainian activist in Kherson, where people are kidnapped, terrorized and shot.

Belarusians have been living in this state since August 2020.

And all those who during this time under the daily terror did not pack up and did not leave - it's not cowards.

For me, these are the most courageous, strong, fearless, principled people who every day have the opportunity to stop this struggle, but do not give up.

From day to day.

I will explain this to Ukrainians at all levels I will get to. "

Tatiana believes that victory will definitely be.

"We will deal with Luka and we will deal with Putin, and we will deal with our relations with the Ukrainians."

Tatsiana Hatsura-Yavorskaya is accused of financing the protests, she is under investigation.

Authorities forced her husband to leave Belarus for Ukraine.

Tatiana's minor children were also there.

Russia's war against Ukraine

  • At 5 am on February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a military operation against Ukraine in the Donbas at the request of the DNR and LNR groups.

    He said Russia did not plan to occupy Ukrainian lands, and called on the Ukrainian military to lay down its arms and "go home."

  • Russia began shelling the entire territory of Ukraine.

    On the first day, the Russians captured Snake Island, where they captured 13 Ukrainian border guards.

  • All days of the war continue shelling Kiev with missiles and air strikes.

    Russia has attacked Kharkiv, Sumy, Chernihiv and others, but in more than 12 days of active hostilities has managed to partially take control of only Kherson and Mariupol, where acts of violence and looting are taking place.

  • Before the war, Russian authorities held talks with the United States and NATO on security guarantees in Europe.

    According to Russia's demands, the United States should not set up military bases in the territory of the former Soviet Union, which is not a member of NATO, and the alliance should stop expanding to the east.

    In particular, Russia has demanded not to admit Ukraine to NATO.

    Western countries have categorically denied the Russians on all counts.

  • On February 10, Belarusian-Russian maneuvers began near the Ukrainian border, which ended with Russian troops remaining in Belarus, contrary to Moscow's earlier promises.

  • On February 21, during a televised address to the Russians, Putin called the so-called "DPR" and "LPR" independent states within the regions.

    On February 22, the Federation Council ratified the decision.

  • The United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and other countries have sent weapons to Ukraine.

    Germany, which had previously defended the Nord Stream-2 gas pipeline project, allowed arms supplies only on February 26, the third day of the war.

    U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said his country has already spent more than $ 1 billion on military aid to Ukraine.

  • On February 26, European states reached a consensus and decided to disconnect Russia from SWIFT.

  • The Russians are hiding their victims' statistics, and have sent instructions to schools calling the events not a war but a peacekeeping operation.

    Raskomnadzor began to demand from journalists to name the events in Ukraine.

  • According to the General Staff of Ukraine, since the beginning of the invasion, 31 battalion-tactical groups of Russian troops have lost their combat capability.

  • According to the Mariupol council, 1,582 locals died during the 12 days of the blockade of Mariupol.

  • On February 27, the illegitimate leader of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, admitted that rockets had been launched from the territory of Ukraine.

    On the same day, in a telephone conversation with Vladimir Zelensky, Lukashenko promised that there would be no attacks from Belarusian territory, but after it, missiles flew from Belarus to Ukraine again.

  • On February 27, the International Legion of Territorial Defense was established in Ukraine, and foreign volunteers were encouraged to join.

    Belarusians, in particular the White Legion, also joined it.

  • Three rounds of Russian-Ukrainian talks have yielded almost no concrete results.

    Attempts to reach an agreement at the Foreign Ministry level were also in vain.

  • The International Criminal Court in The Hague has launched an investigation into Ukraine's lawsuit against Russia.

    The group left the court for Ukraine for investigation.

  • The Ministry of Defense of Ukraine stated that during the two weeks of the war the losses of the Russians exceeded 12 thousand people.

  • For three days in a row, the Russian side has disrupted humanitarian corridors for residents of Mariupol, Volnovakha and Sumy.

    The corridor was also promised on March 6 in Irpen, but Russian troops opened fire on civilians.

  • The number of refugees from Ukraine has reached 2 million.

    The rate is well above the period of the war in Bosnia in the 1990s.

    Kharkiv has already lost almost a third of its pre-war population.

  • On the morning of March 8, Sumy was bombed.

    The Russian air strike killed 21 people, including two children.

    On March 9, Russians dropped bombs on a children's hospital in Mariupol, killing three people and injuring 17 others.

  • Russia has started using banned "vacuum" bombs against Ukraine.

  • Independent verification of information about hostilities provided by officials of various parties is not yet possible.